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I TWELFTH rjE4R Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster as Second Class Hatter LOUIS LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MAY 30 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tuttnK1I NUMBER 9 he CORN PLANTERS and CULTIVATORS OneHorse SUPERIOR DISC CORN PLANTER See our JC 13 CULTIVATOR J A Funeral Directors r J R HASELDEN Beazley Co 1 I Ia v9 t Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty gull Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward 7 THE HOME NEWS 1i K S No drunks Monday Scrivens Drawers at GOc Ward Sympson Heberlings greenhouse is the place in town Nothing of interest was done in the county court Monday Gaines Bros sell Deering twine tie same you used last season Ward Sympson will bother by sending a boy to take your or We have just received a fresh sup ply of Lowneys fresh candies Zim mers restaurant Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey Wanted A few secondhand chenille porticrs or table covers Apply at THIS REG OUD otlice tf Hemp Seed II A B Marksbury Son have a few bushels of choice hew Cultivated hemp seed for sale Call and see them tf If you have property for sale or want a place see Davidson Lan dram who can save you much time and money They have anything you want in the property line for sale at reasonable prices Bring Your am located in the room adjoining Garrard Hotel and better prepared than ever to clean press and repair your clothing Satisfaction Give me a trial Geo Eel stein the tailor m9tf A It11 in Game The game between Richmond and Lancaster Thursday afternoon was a onesided affair the Lancaster boys going to pieces early in the game The score was G to U in favor of Richmond L mcaster was not in it and the she gut was richly deserved Toll Gate Guards in Doyle The county judge has been obliged to place four guards at the toll gate in Boyle county between the Dix river iron bridge and Hcdgeville As stated last issue the small house erected for the keeper was blown up with It was rebuilt next day is being collected as usual d prettiest not Ill d 1S- Clothing- I guaranteed walloping dynamite C C atoll S YOU WILL FIND A FULL LINE OF SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE IN OUR STORE SUCH AS J J J J J I J 1 L i+ + + + + + Woolen Dress Goods Taffeta Silks Pleau De Soire Silks Foulard Silks Silk Tissue Silk Grenodines Handsome Line of Tniip Ginghams Lawns Dimities India Linons Paris Muslins Embroidered Suisses White Quilts Lace and Muslin Curtains F Carpets and Mattings 11111 111111111 mmtmmrntrni f y MtMtMMM M MHHM dens Clothing Boys Clothing Childrens Clothing have a line of Odd Pants left from Suits will Close Out Cheap Furnishing Goods Hats and Caps Mens Boys Ladies Misses and Ghil drens Slices and Slippers Of all grades I Trunks and Telescopes EWe E HiU TEE lOGAN DHY GooDS COr rti Strawberries at Zimmers New wheels at 800 and 1000 and so on at ware at T Curreys If you want the best Coffee on the market go to T Currey Top Notch Flour is good Try ft only 55c at Blue Grass Groceryi Currey sells goods as cheap as you pay for interior goods at other places Rev L Robinson will preaclfat the Methodist church at 11 a in Sunday No servicesat night When you want anything in our just ring up 100 and it will be promptly Ward Sympson For the Farmers The Continental Fire Insurance Co will write you for one per cent may 23tf Good Coal I have plenty of firstclass coal on hand which will be sold at very low prices Give me a trial order F B Kemper Low Rates to Iau American Expos tiou Via Queen Crescent Route Daily Service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information A His Orange Miss Frankye Doty showed TIlE RECORD an orange this week that measured 15 inches in circumference It was grown by her brother W C Doty who is located at Opp Ala on a grove near that place A New Name Liberty Bell is the name of the flour we are now making to sell at 50c per sack Like all of flour it is equal to any brand of its grade White Swan and Gilt Edge still their high standard of excellence Your grocer will supply you Bates the Miller Two Hops The young gentlemen gave two dances at the Mason Hotel last week in honor of the visitors TilE REC OUD tried to get the names of the young ladies but owing to the crowd and the great number of visitors we gave it up Greens orchestra good music and all had a tine time Court Day The disagreeable weather kept from coming in Monday but a fair sprinkle of people were here Trading was rather dull as not much stock was on the market There was a for good horses as there always is lately but few changed hands Mr Siler of the stock pens tells TIlE REO OUD there were 150 cattle the quiet Decent GOO to 800 Ib steers brought four cents400 or GOO lb steers 3 to 3J Heifers 300 to 700 Ib 325 to 337 good calves to 20 cows and calves and springers 25 to 40 The DurglnJelllco Extension Somerset Journal The locating survey on the Burgin and Jellico branch of the Southern is from both ends of the line men constitute the corps on the north end and are encamped at Grove Pulaski county but will advance their quarters in a few days some six miles further South The greatest care is being made in the location and estimates and therefore progress is slow Orders have been to take the Line Creek route to Rockcastle river thence to the mouth of the river On the south end of the line the progress is also slow but every evidence points to a purpose of construction of this line the lease of the Cincinnati Southern notwith standing Commercial Club Elects Officer After a years slumber the Com mercial Club was awakened Tuesday afternoon and an enthusiastic meet ing held in the city court room A committee consisting of Messrs Jno M Logan R Kinnaird and Geo T Farris was appointed to nominate officers for the ensuing year Several matters of great importance to the town and county were discussed and the meeting adjourned until last night at which time steps were taken to secure new members and plans dis cussed as to securing several needed Improvements The members are very enthusiastic and THE RECORD be lieves the club will accomplish much good There is no use trying to get anything unless the people pull to gether and we believe the only way to success is through an organization of this kind The following officers were elected President H T Logan Vice Pres ident J W secretary John II Farra directors Jno E Louis Landram K F Postel W O Eigney sad John H Logan e Conn A nice line of ot queens extra J delivered Double Wards retain furnished many demand market 12 progressing Sixteen Walnut to Leroy received Elmore Sturm t glass and 1 1i rood tin Ss Fine strawberries at Zi miners We buy old gold and silver Thomp son the Jeweler 2t Elegant line of Lowneys candies just received at Zimmers Let us show you our line Shirts and Underwear Ward Sympson The Loyal Legion will meet every Saturday at 3 oclock in the W C T U rooms Avoid delay and trouble during har vest by buying a valuable Deering machine Sold by Gaines Bros I want your butter and for which will pay the highest in cash or groceries T Currey Seed Corn Pure white and yellow seed corn for sale Apply to II A B Marksbury and Son The weather has been very cold and disagreeable for a week The cloudy weather has saved garden truck from frost so far What is a nicer present for your girl than a box of Lowneys fine fresh Send her a box will win your suit Zimmerlias the line in town S i New hits A handsome new omnibus has just been received at Arnolds livery sta ble Jess tells us it will meet all trains and be always ready for the ac commodation of the public Jno M Farra has received a letter from the general passenger agent re questing another visit from our repre sentatives to talk over the recent re quest for changes of trains on the K C He and Louis Landram will go down probably one day next week IVnnt Resident Agents The Kentucky State Association of Fire Agents will urge the next Legis lature to pass a resident agent law to compel all policies to be issued through some local resident agent in the State and not as occurs now in many cases through brokers in New York Or other cities They tike Bill Short Mt Veruon Signal It is with a feeling more of regret than of joy that we learn of the withdrawal of Mr W T Short for the Republican nomination for County Judge This aunty needs officers of the kind and quality of splendid material out of which this high toned gentleman is made Grounds flouted As the owner of the lot where the baseball games were played was pre paring to plow it up a number of gentlemen raised by subscription enough money to rent the Held for this year It has been placed at the disposal of the local boys and some warm games are expected here this summer Protracted Meeting A series of revival services will at the Christian church next Sun day morning For sometime the in terest in the work has been growing and the audiences have been large A good meeting is expected There will be two services each day at 1030 a m and 8 p m The pastor Rev A R Moore will do the preaching The services of Prof J W Wilson of In dianapolis have been secured to aid in the music Prof Wilson has the reputation of being an ablo leader of church music He has been associa ted for several years with the leading evangelists of the Christian church in revival work A large chorus is being organized to lead the music in the meeting All singers in the town are invited to join the chorus A Warm name After the athletic contests were over last week the Harrodsburg base ball team said they would play a game against any team that could be made up among the various teams for a prize of ten dollars in gold The Lan caster boys were quick to respond that they would accept the challenge pro vided they were allowed three out siders to strengthen weak points on their regular team This was agreed to Harrodsburg selecting the same number of outside men The game was called at 230 and was decidedly the hottest ever played in this of the state Harrodsburg made one score in the first inning and was unable to tally another run after was able to score a run in the first and one more in the third The pitching for Lancaster by Jim Ruck er was pronounced by all to be the best they ever saw done by an At one time Harrodsburg had three men on bases with none out and Ruck succeeded in either them or throwing them out on bases Harrodsburgs pitcher also did some phenominal work Both pitch ers were roundly cheered by all the spectators Considering the fact that a drizzling rain was falling and the crowd packed the fields and lines this game is considered by all who saw it to be the best ever played by amateurs There was no scrapping and every thing passed off pleasantly j price t candies and YOU freshest I begin section Lancaster amateur fanning t C at ey a up All kinds fresh fruits at Zimmers figs greenhouse Is indeed a thing of beauty Capital wagon the best wagon made Sold by Gaines Bros Extra nice country hams 9 to IGlbs each at Ward Sympson You can get all kinds of fresh veg strawberries at T Carreys Talk about a Gold Conn will give you something better if you will let hunt The Harrodsburg boys defeated the Williamstown club in a tame game on the Graded School grounds Friday Dont fail to get prices on Surrey Buggy Phaeton Harness and Saddle ry at Conns cheaper than the Must Go A complete line of Bug pies road Wagons c must go You need our vehicles we want your mon Conns Carriage House CronJejr heady News of the death of Cronley Ready was received from Lexington this week He will be remembered by oLler citizens of the town Commencing Monday April 20th our line of Rio Coffee will go at lOc Ib Standard Granulated Sugar 18 Ibs for 1 This sale will last two weeks Blue Grass Grocery We are having a nice run on job work We have the handsomest line of stationery ever brought to If we cant please you it costs you nothing Try TilE RECORD when in need of writing material His Money Never Given Out An enthusiastic supporter of a baseball club offered to give either of his men a ten dollar bill for score or twenty dollars for two run The lads worked manfully but failed even to land the ten spot Verily this is a cold cruel world They Wore Gentlemen The behavior of the boys in town last week las been highly on all sides The visitors proved that they had been trained in the way they should go They were all bent on a good time they hid it but never Turbot to act the gen tleman Another commendable point noticable among the visitors was the absence of the cigarette fiend Only a few wanted to be men and puff the festive collin nail 0 lblesand only Lancaster certain I complimented certainly i 4 r Brick i cheapest The City Council meets Monday night Give the school boys and girls the best in the shop Carriages repaired painted and trimmed at A fine line of fresh fruits just re ceived at Zimmers V Yard Sympson have nice fresh Tomatoes and Strawberries Hungarian and millet seed are the best and cheapest Blue Grass Grocery The Carpenter property on Dar vine street was sold Monday to Thos Stone for 0 Japalac makes old furniture like new and best finish for loots at Thompsons 2t Rev L Robinson preached an semon to a large congregation of children at the Methodist church Sunday Now is the time to have your cleansed and T J Hatcher can do a perfect job without taking out all the water Give him a call tf CJiiib In My bus meets all trains and is free to everybody not only drummers but FREE to anyone point to or comin from the trains Jesse D Arnold I Will Preach Sunday The improvements have been on the Presbyterian church and Dr J L MoKee will fill his next Sunday morning at 1030 Notice to Election Oillcers- Oilicers of Election who have the keys to the ballot boxes and the seals are requested to return them to the County Clerk as required law Jno Duncan Clerk A DIg Game Saturday A game of ball will be played on the Graded School grounds Saturday af ternoon between Central University first team and Lancaster This team defeated the Centre College first team Tuesday Game called at 230 Admission 15 cents Ladies free Twcntylifth Anniversary The editor acknowledges an to be present at the celebration of the twentyfifth anniversary of Gen Wilbur R Smiths presidency of the Commercial College of Kentucky University in Lexington June 4 Gen Smith has built up an excellent school which enjoys a national repu tation training of young men and women in business courses interesting cistern completed pulpit election invitation I for supertui Cons r Organdies Lawns and Dimities at Ward Sympson Try Liptons Fine Tea at GOcts lb Blue Grass Grocery Take a Sunday meal at the New Garrard They are delicious The prettiest wall paper in town is shown at Beazleys Call and seesam pIes All kind of machinery repaired at Conns Come in Monday and select a Bu gy also Harness price c at a bar gain at Conns See our beautiful lines of madras pique and corded madras cloth J Joseph A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for saleat Leavens Planing Mill Also a lot of chicken feed 5304t For Tune weddings we have new stock cut glass water bottlesetc silver in all the fancy pieces 2t Thompson the Jeweler Wheat Wanted II A B Marksbury Son are in the market for several thousand bush els of wheat and will pay the highest market price for same tf We furnish wall paper ready trim med to put on the wall We can please you in both style and price Dont forget we have the largest stock in Central Kentucky J Co No Ticket Yet The republicans have not put out a ticket in Garrard TIRE RECOrD a leader what was to be done and he said the ticket would be named at the proper time and be a winner We asked no further questions Dough For The School Prof J II Patterson turned over to the trustees of the Graded School 8331G5 proceeds of the recent cleared above all expenses This is a good lift for the school and shows good and economical manage ment on the part of Prof Patterson Little Charley Dead Little Charley the colored boy who has been working for Mr W B Burton died Saturday night after a brief illness He trod some trouble with his stomach which was greatly agitated by the use of cigarettes He was only fifteen years old but had used cigarettes for some time He was an honest little fellow and much liked by everybody Sterling A Beazley asK- ed tournament New Shirts in Town They are here Take off that stiff starched shirt No xwonder you are uncomfortable Put on one of our Negligee X Shirts and youll feel like a different man cool as a O soft as a government job not as hard to get for they cost jronly 50c 75c 1 and 1 50 Many new patterns some are pure white some are pleated French Percales C Madras Etc Every shirt fits we guarantee it If you V have never worn a Negligee during hot weather try one and X O 9 8 What a relief to change the heavy scratchy winter X for the soft cotton summer garments Here are the O famous Bon Bon Balbriggan Silky Fibre Cotton fine X Lisle Thread in colors black tan pink blues lavender and X white so soft so perfect in fit and elastic that they infuse O vigor and make you feel like a new man Prices lower than ever SWELL HOSIERY The swellest hose imaginable are here We smile when a man asks for fancy hose Plaids new ones dots stripes etc It will pay you to call and see our fancy hose youll need them as this will be a great low shoe season All prices from 1 Oc to 50c per pair T LOGANThe OnePrice Cash Clothier and Furnisher CCCOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOi OO I cucumber Chev- iots suggestionSEE OUR LINE OF THIS UNDERWEAR underwear H I l i H r WE SELL Ready Mixed Guar ntee It MOlley refunded or house repairlt ed if purchaser is not satisfied R E McROBERTS Druggist Slg- taM CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSVED WEEKLY LOUIS LAXDRA3I Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Nay JO 1901 Tnt plans resorted to by some men to get before the public arc absolute attending the United Presbyterian General Assembly in Des Monies la Being unable to get their names in print any other way they attacked Masonry and Odd Fellowship some saying that a man belonging to these orders could not get to heaven One old pulpitpounder opened his head and said Some members of some so cietics might be admitted to the church but I wish to exclude Masons We will wager a new straw hat that this old skunk has been black if leis petition was ever as much as received in the lodge Another old codger Rev Moffett of New York said no man could be both a Mason or an Odd Fellow and a Christian It seems that Rastus was also on hand as Rev Smith a negro delegate said he seed whar they was right Because societies compelled a man to keep secrets from his wife The most thing in the world is to hear a lot of men talking against som thing that they know absolutely lug about Its a fortunate thing for the thousands of Odd Fellows and Masons that these reverends do not sit in final judgment upon who shall pass the pearly gates if they had more religion and less malignity it would match their cloth coats better SAM JONES sometimes called Rev erend says the Elks arc a lot of beer goozlers Well the boys may be fond of the hops but Sam will never be able to get in where he can see them rushing the growler lie might put on a red coat and apply for the job of cleaning up after the goat but we doubt if he could even get that The Elks believe in adhereing to the biblical injunction Judge not lest ye be judged Ix the decision of the United States Supreme Court in the insular cases handed down Monday the court by a divided bench held that the does not follow the flag The uniform taxation feature of the was held to apply only to States which united in forming the nation and the framers of the had no thought of expansion IT doesnt require much danger to cause the Louisville lire department to be called out Last week the entire department was called to subdue a small blaze under a street car and a day or so ago all the engines ladder wagons the water tower patrols and supply wagons got a hurry run to get a child out of a cistern TROUBLE has again broken out at where it seems impossible to stop the of hazing As Uncle Sam has an oversupply of officers on his hands just now it would be a good idea to close down his shop for a few and let the odor of mismanagement blow away AT the summer theatre in Lexing ington will be given a chance to display their talent the coming season No matter how rotten the amateurs appear their work will be a decided improvmeut on that put up by the average traveling troupe of today A Missoum girl punched both eyes out of a tramp who tried to hug a horrible newspaper man says Missouri girls like all other Anieri can girls object to being humbugged and simply raised the dickens when they are bumhugged THE Kentucky press boys are going to Denver on their annual outing the coming summer and the Cynthiana Democrat says it is believed the great est oratorical effort will be made when they hear Pikes speak least in quantity and most in quality describes DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous pills for con stipation and liver complaints F P Frisbie Doctors used a lance to bleed their patients in olden times Now a lance isunnecessaryYou more liable to when your liver and bowels do not act properly DeWitts Little Early Risers remove the cause of dis ease Frisbie i IS attempted balled disgusting I position Constitution Constitution Constitution territorial Accademy practice amateurs disease F P f J not West Point Military yea land 1 t- iThe Ii ncr life ago to the a to to M of JIIARKSISC11Y Mr Will L Morford and Miss Lena Shearer Mr Perry Dennis and Miss Nannie Purcell were united in the holy bonds of wedlock May 21st at the parsonage by Rev 13 A Copass Last Friday afternoon when Mrs B was ruturning from she lust a point lace pattern She will be very if the finder will return it to her Mr Henry Saddler departed this at the home of his son Allen Wednesday evening Over two weeks he came to visit his son tad was suddenly taken sick lie rapidly grew worse and all that loved and dear ones could possibly do was dune but no Nail lie was 61 years of age and had been a member af the Fork church for over forty years lie was always ready to help the sick and Isis remains were interred in Fork cemetery after services con ducted by Rev B A Copass lie leaves vifc two sons and four daughters mourn his loss We extend sympa thjT to the bereaved ones Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhcad been visiting friends here Mr Ycagcr and wife left Sunday for an extended visit to their daughter and son in Indian Territory and Arkansas Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson spent last week in Lancaster dames Joe Hendrickson and Morgan spent several days last week with friends in Lexington Mrs Robert Humphrey has arrives from Florida spend the summer with her parents Mrs Katharine Aldridge of is spending a few days with her son II D Aldridge Mr Samuel Saddler and wife of Louisville and Thee Dunn and wife of Mt Stcr link who were called to the bedside their father returned to their home Sunday Mr JC Moss of cared on a fair young lady at the Orchard Sunday afternoon PAINT LICK Mrs James Butner has been quite sick The brick work on the bank is about completed R L Jennings was on the sick list for a few days W S Fish has put up a nice awning in front of his drug store Judge James Burnam has list calves from black leg Moore Champ are having their store house newly painted Mr Will Parks is the first on the market with strawberries The colored folks are building a new church on the hill near Lowell A B Estridge has returned from the city where he has been to lay in an other large stock of goods Mr Editor as I am propped up in bed doing this writing and my head roaring like a buzz saw you must look over all mistakes Dr Edwin Poyntz attended the State medical meeting at Louisville last week The doctor keeps well Some thief went into D C Pullins meat house took two hams and tiny pounds of flour and then went by his wood pile took a bran now ax Dave care anything about the Hour and but he hated to lose ax he loves to chop stove well STONE T L Sanders bought of Mrs Allie Thompson one hog at JJc T Grow bought of Jeptha Qnstott a male calf for 830 Mr C M Moberly while taking a boat ride on the back water run un der a wire that was holding a in place and was thrown out of the boat backwards the water which was very deep He was rescued by J Hardin who was in the boat with him Misses Nettie Parks and Eliza Wall visited the lattors mother Mrs Bet tis Saturday and Sunday Mr Phil very sick Miss Alice Jones of Lex ington visited Miss Myrtle Moberly this week Miss Jewell Sanders is spending this week with her Miss Beulah Roberts Rev drum will fill his regular appointment at Scotts Fork Sunday at eleven am Your correspondent attended the commencement exercises at your city andJohnparents near here Sunday A from here attended services at Mt Hebron Sunday Try the new remedy for costiveness Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Every box guaranteed Price 25c For sale erts Druggist as Hell Kemp r Lancaster handkerchief thankful afflicted Its Lancaster Lancaster several medical didnt meat his woodS t water- gate into 0 writing number 1 by RE 1 J r 1 co bitRob it On the Of is it Al A GRAND SUCCESS The B G G S Tourimmcjjt Attended byvIHiuir Pupils nod Friends Lively Contests EInppy The Blue Grass Graded School Tournament held in this city Thurs day Friday and Saturday of last week brought several hundred visitors to Lancaster and kept the old town merry run while it lasted The ad vance guard came in Wednesday night and many more arrived Thursday morning but the main body came on a special train Thursday noon The visitors were received by citizens who took them to their homes and gave theta the best in the shop The first contests were held in the Opera House Thursday evening All the tickets were sold early in the afternoon and was impossible to get standing room long before the entertainment began The rusult of this and the other contests will be found below the first night there was confusion but the order was better than is obtained at most con tests The friends of each contestant were bent on giving vent to their en thusiasm and the yells almost lifted roof The judges selected for contests held in the Opera House were from towns not represented and in all the other contests were parties wholly without interest in the outcome Too much praise cannot be upon Prof II Patterson of the Lan caster school for the able manner in which the programs were carried out There was not the slightest hitch of confusion during the entire time and everybody was thoroughly satisfied course disappointment may have caused an occasional murmur but upon calm consideration the judges could not have acted more fairly It quite natural for each town to should have had more prizes but if it were to do over again the medals would be placed right where they now hang Following is the LIST OF VIXXEKS Best Lettie Mae McRoberts Lancaster 1st Alice Tracy Danville 2nd Best Declamation Male Green C Walker Lancaster 1st Win chcster 2nd Oral Spelling under 12 yrs Bright Taylor Versailles Oral Spelling under 15 yrs Anne Crenshaw Versailles Written Spelling Julia Hodge Winchester 1st Finley Hopkins Midway Crocker Henry Versailles tie for 2nd Public Oral Spelling Mary Etta Cassady Versailles 1st Win Chester 2nd Rapid Calculation under 12 years Elsie Wcisenberger Midway Higher Arithmetic Grace Ogg Sterling Elementary Algebra Anne Cren shaw Versailles Higher Algebra Waller Hudson Lancaster 1st W O Clark Williams town 2nd Plane Geometry Byram Hart Flcmingsburg Pland Trigonometry Wailer son Lancaster Robt McMullen Mid way each to receive a medal Latin Willie Belle Burnside 1st Stella Sarrett Mt Ster lies 2nd Mental Arithmetic Edith Cren shaw Versailles English Composition Annie Danville 1st Lucy Chestnut Richmond 2nd Vertical Penmanship Mt Sterling Midway medal for excellent work Slant Penmanship Mary Fuby Winchester Drawing Joseph Shaw Winches tel English Grammar Kittie len Midway 1st Anne Crenshaw Versailles Nell Keller Richmond tie u S history Emile Versailles 1st Chas Eldridge Mt Sterling 2nd Geography Lawrence Davis Mid way Reading Jerry Powell Richmond Physology Angie Ivinnaird Manor Wallace Midway tic Each to receive a medal Best Exhibit of First tirade Work Lancaster Best Exhibit of Second Grade Work Lancaster Best Painting and Drawing 3rd Grade Lancaster Civil Government Robt McMul len Midway Best Chorus Midway Best Vocal Quartette Richmond Best Vocal Duet Female Willie Belle Burnside and Theo Lancaster Best Vocal Duet Male R and Chas West Lancaster Best Vocal Duet Male and Fe Best Vocal Richard Anderson Lancaster Best Vocal Annie Bailey Winchester 1st Bessie Lancaster 2nd 50YardDash Willie Mershon Lancaster 100YardDash Les Anderson 220YardDash Will Parrish Half Mile Run Will Parrish Rich mond Running High Jump Will Parrisb Richmond d Jcl iul ul lCy on a considerable far- r J thinks RecitationFemale t Lancaster Timothy Anna Lancaster Anderson AndrewsSoloMale SoloFemale Lancaster Richmond i S Yonnstera bestows II T lice Mora Hemp Baton r M hill Les Mt as in all of Running Broad Jump Will Par rish Richmond Standing Broad Jump Will Par rish Richmond Throwing Heavy Shot Will Davis Running Hop Step and Jump Marshall Denny Lancaster Ollie Lancaster Sack Race Herndon and Anderson Lancaster Base Ball Harrodsburg Scholarship State College Anne Crenshaw Versailles SU3I3IAIIY 1st prizes 2nd prizes Lancaster 17 1 Versailles 7 2 Midway G 2 Richmond 7 2 Winchester 4 2 Sterling 2 2 Danville 1 1 HarrodsbJrg 2 0 Williamstown 0 1 Flemingsburg 2 0 Xicholasville 0 0 Eminence 0 0 Lancaster leads in High School studies winning in Trigonometry Latin and Higher Algebra also in Primary Work Elocution and Vocal Music Versailles and Midway led in School Work and Richmond in Athletics Lancaster received as many prizes the two schools next to Lancaster and almost one third of all the prizes Card of Thanks Permit me to return my thanks to the citizens of Lancaster for their kindness to me and to the contestants the Tournament I never saw a more hospitable people in my life and the teachers and pupils of the Tour nament are loud in their praises of your generosity My thanks are also due my teachers for the spK kl man ner in which they assisted ii in the work of the Tournament Thanking for the interest which tliy in making the Tournament a grand success I am Respectfully J H Patterson Pros BKYANTSVILLE Services at the Methodist church Sunday night Just received a new line of Sailor Hats Mrs Ilasdden Mrs Susan Johnson of Burgin is spending the week with her sister tits Nelson Mr and Mrs B F spent last week with their son Dr Jennings at Tyrone Mr Sam family and Mr Thedore Dunn of Lexington attended the funeral of their father which was conducted at the Fork church Thurs day The family have the sympathy this community where he was much loved and esteemed Mrs Lawrence of Kirksville is the guest of her daughter Mrs Bratton On last Tuesday Mr Perry Dennis and Miss Xettie Purcelle Mr Will Woolford and Miss Lena Shearrow were at the home of Rev Copass We were very glad to have Rev Walden with us Sunday at Pleasant Grove PllEACHEIlSVILLE James Anderson sold 18 nice hogs to Brown Cress for oc w P Rigsby bought a horse from George Rogers for 40 The Childrens Day Sunday prom ses to be well attended A J Thompson sold a nice calf to Andy Buchanan for 30 John Cress bought some nice hogs from various parties for 4ic Several from here attended the Sunday School Convention at Ephesis SundayJ has been sick for days though he is some better at this time T L Thompson of Mt Vernon was here Monday on business Miss Pearl Corminy of Rowland was visit ing relatives here Sunday JUDSON Big rise in the Kentucky river James Baker is quite typhoid fever Mrs Margaret Eason sold to Wm Onstott a fine young horse for 55 Wm Onstott sold to Noland Cheat ham a horse price received 5750 Perry Dennis and Miss Nillie were quietly married last Tuesday at the home of Rev Copass near the Fork church Frank Montgomery while sawing on a piece of timber last Tuesday cut his left foot cosswise on inner side just below instep from which he suffers much G T Stone of Madison came over on a visit last Friday He is greatly improved in health Mr and Mrs J Onstott are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy Christened Goebel man who has leisure on account of pure and unadulterated laziness to come to Kentucky river near mouth Sugar Creek and go with dynamite Say you fellers better watch If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure it would be used in nearly every household as there are few people who do not from a feeling of fullness arter eat ing belching flatulence sour stomach or waterbrash caused by indigestion or dyspepsia A preparation such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which with no aid from the stomach will digest your certainly cant help but do you good Frisbie I arro sbmg Wallace Lewis Grammar manifested Jennings Saettes and married several illof Purcell accidentally WantedAny fishing suffer P food F ized Ben is bits has of of ed II Sunday school has been reorgan at New Antioch church Mr Ham superintendent Prof O A Ham of Somerset is teaching a singing class here and the class progressing nicely Mr and Mrs Wesley Lackey and daughter Susie of Chillicothe Texas with his parents Mr and Mrs Jno Lackey Mr and Mrs J M Cotton of Cincinnati have been the guests of Mrs Ben Ham and little daughter Kate have returned from a weeks visit to friends and relatives in Russel county Mrs P G Warner is up again after a severe spell of sickness Mesdames Harod and Mike Ray of Buckeye were guests of Mrs W T Pherigo last week Miss Alice Gulley of Manchester Ohio is with tits John Hill Miss Eva Jones is the guest of Mrs Davis Sutton Mr Steve Ham of is with home folks this week Miss Sarah Denny of Cottonburg who has been with Mrs Robt Austin returned home Miss Pearl Ross of Lancaster and Miss Bettie Broad dus of Kirksville were the guests of tits Sam Cotton Monday night TEATERSVILLE McCREARY On Thursday May 23rd Mrs Lizzie Teater of Saunders Ferry and Mr Edward Chandler drove over to Dan vine and was united in the holy bonds matrimony Mr Raymond Davis and cousin Miss Maud Davis them Mrs Chandler was in a handsome black silk with white trimmings and the groom wore the conventional black Their many friends extend congratulations and wish them along and happy life Madam Rumor reports another wed ding from the same section of the country ere long Guess who Chares Barker of Danville was here to purchase horses also telling the arrival of a son at his home the week previous The young man was named Harry Preston Messrs Hugh Kurtz and Dick in company with Misses Burton and Sallie Ray was deligntfully by their friend Miss Ida Roberts at her home at Ruthton in Madison county on last Saturday and Sunday Misses Ida Pierce and Brown have returned from a pleas tat visit to Miss Edna Prather near Salem church Mr Ham a vocal teacher is instructing a large class at Antioch Mr Bud Cotton and wife of Cincinnati is being en tertaincd by numerous relatives Mr Cotton is in bad health His many friends wish him a speedy recovery Mrs Margaret Hollins of Danville is the welcome guest of Miss Susie San didge Wyatt Sandidge has return home from a weeks sojourn in Lin coin Mr Walsh is the guest of rela tires here Mrs Eliza Saddler has recently suffered a relapse but at this writing is very much Robert Lee from New Mexico who has been the guest of his sister M Tinsley will return the part of the week to his home and will take with him his nephew Mr Ho mer Tinsley who will probably locate i there Miss Susie Leavell of your town is visiting relatives here I Paris will shortly put in a 40000 system of sewers Georgetown will have a Fourth of July celebration The crops in the neighborhood two tulles north of Bardstown were by a heavy hailstorm Friday night On account of ill health Sampson may ask for voluntary retirement at once A student at the Rochester N Y High School was disfigured for life by hazers who branded his face with acid and iodine A Long Island farmer killed a who had been gossiping about him He then committed suicide The open season for squirrels does not begin for some time yet there are many complaints of their being The closed season expires June 15th Richard Hunley wife and boy were arrested at Norton Va charged with the murder of Lucy Walters an aged woman who lived near Somerset Pu laski county The American Tobacco Company and the Continental Tobacco Compa ny will have a rival in the Universal Tobacco Company a powerful new combine Mrs Nannie E Million wile of Lee Million has filed suit against her fa therinlaw and motherinlaw Ira Million and Clarinda Million of Fay ette county for alienating the of her husband She asks So 000 John Alexander Dowie the faith healer was Chicago on the charge of being criminally res ponsible for the death of a woman expired without medical The womans husband was also arrested I have been suffering from Dyspep sia for the past twenty years and have been unable after trying all prepara tions and physicians to get any relief After taking one bottle of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure 1 found relief and am now in better health than I have been for twenty years I can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure too highly Writes MrsC O Roberts North Creek Ark Frisbie reports Uolincla Hill 11 and Lexington accompanied attired Burton entertained Carrie successful r o e OOOOC000040COOO OOOOOOOOOOO injured Rear Admiral woman killed affections arrested in who attention F P betterl la CONE Rh NEWS first tion ter Sati the Mr row B see ert F W MT HEBRON The sick of this locality ere much improved Only a few cases of are reported Fishing has been the chief occupa of the male sex the past week Jimmie Barker is quite sick Mr StephcnVanderpoe and family of Mis souri arrived here last week to make Kentucky their future home Mr Eugene Ruble wife and little daugh were the guests of Mrs Rosa Icon and Sunday Mr G W Thompson and wife royally a number of their friends at their home Sunday Miss Lena Rogers is charming guest of Miss A E Scott Mr Samuel Morford wife and children were the guests of Mrs P B Grow Sunday Mr Jack Clark and wife and little son Eugene were the guests Scott Sunday Win Morford and Miss Tena Sher were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the residence of Rev Copass on the 21st May they have a long happy and successful journey through life BOURSE Onie Sherrow sold a combined mare to Mrs John Eason for 53 Will Onstott sold a horse to Nolan Chcathiim for 5750 Mr Oflie Sherrow lost a pocketbook containing 7 last week Mr Elisha and wife of Mc Creary visited J E Sherrow and wife Sunday ner of Hiattsville visited Joel Mar and family last week Mr Rob Preston and wife visted Mr and Mrs J E Sherrow Irof B Evans was in our midst last week Misses Lucy Marsee and Bernice tloss visited Misses Ross of your city Saturday Mr James Jackson and wife and little son of Buckeye Mr and Mrs Isaiah Jackson the latter part of last week Miss Bet tie Oliver of Mercer is the charming guest of tits Job Marsee George Rogers sold a horse to Wm for 40 also one to JamesRog ers for 55 H Purr is spending several days with G W Spangler of Crab Orchard Miss Mittie D Worrell returned home from Nashville Tenn where she has been attending school Miss Gertrude ferryman visited at II Furrs last week Mrs John Dudderar is very ill this week Malaria is a malady the doctor says you ha re got when he doesrit know what is the matter with you Peters Shoes Have made a record We have sold more per ct than we expectedto You Know What That Means It means that our shoes are sat isfactory in every sense of the word comfortable and that they wear Mens Shoes 350 Womans Shoes 250 All the latest toes All the popular leathers Your size and width Childrens Headquarters See if we cant save you money Ward Sympson T JOHNSTON CIVIL ExoiXEEn Lancaster Ky COUNTY All business promptly attended to JOHNSTON JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY S entertained of n D A Saturday and lIr Joe Tnr Sunda visited Ri V withus JOHN SUP VEYOR W ycC W BRA ZTEY chickenpox Mrs 4S Forbes FLAT WOODS gsby boo JOHNT SON DENTISTTe- eth extracted without pain with Vitalized Air Office in Danville street oppo ire Presbyterian church JB B SWINEBROADATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store T J the Eookout B Hoodi DENTIST Office over Blue Grass Grocery Richmond street All work promptly and satlfact orily Charges reasonable Insure with the New York Life Line Co and the Fire Insurance Co- G B Agt don Continental l Seieba owl They ZIMMER uses WARDS FLOUIJ and the fol lowing dealers sell it T Currey B P Buck Ward Sympson H M Ballou Co C D Powell Co R A Stone J J Barton Co R L Underwood T S Elkin Frank Lackey F Owens We back them up in their guarantee that there is no Hour made than WHITE SWAX and GILT EDGE Take no substitute BITES the Miller Three Years In Richmond Kentucky And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my otlice if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are making the best set of teeth in the world and if any defect shows in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at Tacts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National ASSIGNEES SALE As assignee for Walker Bros I will sell privately and on easy terms two tracts of land containing SO acres each and in good state of cultivation On one is a good tobacco barn and on the other a small dwelling house These will make for persons small farm in neighborhoods tf Assignee Season 1901 EAGLE BIRD r ooo0 oooc000s I I I USE t BEST I the BAKEl I I I I II I I I I I I I I I t I I 750 neighborhood desiring purchasedor t f r1- aooooo ao0oooa0o0o000 1 r S S better 0oeoo0o00 00000000000000000000000000 vx r Bank SADDLE STALLION Eagle Bird is a seal brown IS hands high heavy mane and tail HE EAGLE Winner of 40 Blue Ties EAGLE BIRD was only shown one season and won ten or twelve blue ties See him before booking your mares He will make the season at Thos L Banghmans place four miles from Danville on Lancaster pike At 10 to losoie a Mil Colt Will also stand a firstclass mule Jack at Insure f Jno S Baughman Danville Ky French Coach Stallion Quasi No 2 1 27 In French Coach Horse Stud Book of America also In Kepnbllque Francalse Tiaras Nation aux Xo 1263 Winner of first prize at National Universal Exposition Paris 1SU7 and In 1S9S competing with over CO stallions Imported by M H Tichener Co of Chicago in 1S98 Color bay with small star black points 1GJ hands high weighs In working order1323 pounds foaled April 23 1S94 Bred by M Lemeland of Commune of Hub ersville department of Lamorchi got by the government stallion Franse dam Cbaimanti by LeDard Second dam by Revolution Will make the present season of 1931 at my farm 2J miles from Stanford on Hnstonville pike at 1000 the season money due when service is rendered or 1500 to insure a living colt Mares kept at 50c per week on grass Personal attention given but no responsibility for accidents Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Estelle 219J Sired by ZilcadP Golddust 4400 by Golddust 150 by Vermont Morgon dam by Zalcadi an imported Arabian StallionDorsey Golddnsts dam Is Florence by den Miogo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan him an intensely Morgan stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the test family of road horses known Dorsey Golddust is a dark bay full 16 hands high and weighs 1209 pounds a proven and nniform breeder of high class road and At 10 To Insure A Colt Mares kept at 50c per week No responsibil ity for accidents or escapes The best of per sonal attention given F REIDStanford or Danville Ky I Sired bjthe Great present G making forharnessmyfarm 1 ti- to S t J inbred I I J I 3 g A nice fresh line of summer hats and flowers just in at NOEL SISTERS e 0 MID SUfl11I3R HATS p t Give them a call and get a pretty stylish white hat k2 z the Home cycycv 0Where o pab4 PEOPLE Have Visited 0 d Judge R A Burnside was in London this week Dan Jones of London is visiting Mr Herbert Kinnaird Mrs G T Ballard of Paint Lick Mrs H M Powell last week Mrs II M Powell and sister Mrs R L IIagan visited in StanfordTuesday If your name is omitted from the list of visitors blame it on the judges Miss Jeanee Feland of Richmond has been the guest of Lancaster friendsMisses R D and R H Ballard of Bryantsville visited Mr John Leave MondayMr E Arnold and wife of have been visiting Lancaster relatives Miss Hawkins of Bryantsville Misses Mary Kemper last week Stanford Wm Ray of Buckeye was here this week visit ing relatives Mr George A McRoberts of paid THE RECORD office a call Monday Misses Minnie Johnson and West will visit Mr J B Kemper of Marksbury this week Mrs John M Farra has been quite ill at her mothers near She is much improved today Misses Minnie Dunn and Lottie Farris of Madison have been the guests of Miss Amy Davidson Misses Pearl and Ruth Wiggins and Miss Sudie Bonny of Richmond were guests of Miss Bruce Pumphrey last weekMisses Vanarsdall of Harrodsburg Bryan of Wilmore and Sparksof Bry antsville were guests of Rev L Mr Shelby Tribble an exceedingly pleasant young representative of the Richmond Register was a FridayDr Price was Over from Stanford Monday He was nursing a sore hand which some pretty girl had doubtless been holding too tight Prof Shipp and wife Miss Fannie Bush Miss Mary Conkwright and Rev Mr Bailey of Winchester at tended the Tournament Miss Tevis Carpenter who has been the guest of Miss Christine Bradley left for Richmond to visit Miss Sarah White during commencement It was the purpose of THE RECORD to give the picture of the winners in the school contests but so far we have been unable to secure them all Mrs R Y and Miss Mattie Berry of Versailles Rev B B Bailey of Win Chester E C Vice and A B Cram of Williamstown were entertained last week by Mr and Mrs John K West Vernon Richardson local of the Danville News attended the dance Thursday night and told us the report that he was going to take unto him self a wife was a yarn out of whole cloth e visited II Richmond visited and Enelene t DemocratDr Stanford pleasant Katharine Robinson visItor I I f P 1 he i p 4 e Senator George Farris was in Casey this week Miss Sallie Elkin leaves this week to visit friends in Illinois Miss Bessie Ballard is the pleasant guest of Miss Ella Leaven Mr Harper of Hustonyille visited Miss Lillie Dale Grant Sunday Mr Miller of Winchester has been visiting his friend Prof Tom Miss Edna Powell of has been the guest of Miss Lillie Dale Sadie Baughman of is visiting her aunt Mrs E W Morrow Mt Vernal Short is home from Lancaster resting up a few days Misses Annie Jennings and Daisy Collier of Danville are visiting Miss Ann Hill Misses Gowdy and Williams of Campbellsville are visiting at Mr II C Jennings Mrs Hannah Scott of is visiting her sister Mrs Mason on Stanford street Mrs Charles Denman and Miss May Taylor of Nicholasville are visiting Mrs Alex West Misses Ellis Fitzpatrick and Ethel Woods visited Miss Amanda Ander son during the tournament Mr George McRoberts and wife of Stanford visited the past week the family of Mr Joseph Ballew Among the visitors from were Prof Shipp and wife Miss Fannie Bush Miss Mary Conkwright Mr Jeptha Chenault and charming sister Miss Emily of Richmond the dances in this city last week Mrs W G Robinson who has been visiting her son Rev L Robinson left for her home near Carlisle It would require a paper the size of the Cincinnati Enquirer to print the names of as many visitors as were in Lancaster last week Mrs Maria James I C James and daughter Miss Annie of Harrods burg visited Mrs H A B during the Tournament Nicholasville Journal Mr and Mrs Victor Lear of Lancaster were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles F Den man Sunday and Monday Messrs Burton Farris and Z TRice two Elks belonging to the Richmond herd were here to see the Richmond boys wallop our base ball team As we go to press Mr George D Lusk lies in an extremely critical at the home of his fatherin law Col John W Miller on Danville street Misses of Richmond and Bessie Jones of Lexington re turned to their homes Monday eve ning after a pleasant visit to Miss El la Leavell and sister Mrs R L Hagan Misses Mary Conkwright and Mary Rennaker of Winchester Lula Simp son of Marksbury Annie Yantis of McCreary Mr and L Jennings of Paint Lick were guests of Mr J C Thompson and family Hampton Lexington SignalEd Winchester attended yesterday condition May Duerson Iiustanvi GrantS Nicholasvi lie biarksb fly Mrs R lie I rJ I j J ggj j j jjllj J3 S E Bj I We Handle EVBRYTHING UnD in P AIHTIHG Will give an absolute That it is the Best in town We have a full line of House Wagon Carriage Barn and Roofri Wood Filler Hard Oil White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Var nishes Putty Sand Paper Etc and it will pay you to call on us first Remember our Guarantee r FRISBIES DRUG STORES T i Guarantee r 1 rw Paint r f i tr ti 0 j M G w a We had a pleasant call Saturday from Mr I C James the veteran horse man of Harrodsburg What Bud James dont know about a horse is not worth knowing while men with big ger hearts dont grow Capt James II Allman chief of police at Richmond was here last week taking in the tournament He is not only a fine officer but an Elk with long antlers If any bad eggs try to take Richmond he is sure to cop them Newspaper men were as thick in Lancaster Monday as are violinists in perdition Maj E W Lillard sented the Danville News Al Warren and Joe Waters looked after the of the Stanford Democrat and M Alverson did business for the Journal Brodhead cor Mt Vernon Signal Joshua Dunn took a flying trip to Lowell and Lancaster in Garrard county this week The old is getting around like a boy ever since we said it was hard to tell which was the fatherinlaw he or T McRoberts It has put quite a change on Mr Dunn and Mr Mc is laughing to see his soninlaw so active THE RECORD has received an invi tation to the opening ball at old Crab Orchard Springs Friday the 14th June The indications are that this resort have the largest run this season that it has had for twenty years Its the most delightful place in the South and the owners have gone to work in earnest to put it back to its oldtime standing Dr and Mrs J II Letcher of Hen derson were here a short while to sec relatives The doctor who is now one of the mast prominent physicians in the state is a Garrard county boy who has many friends among the older citizens of the town and county He was president of the Kentucky Medical Association the past year and is a leading member of that organization Dr Letcher is a gentleman of that old type whom it is pleasure to be with and very sorry we failed to see him ADDITIONAL LOCAL Doc Sized it Up Dr Wesley was approached by three visiting ladies Saturday who wanted to know when the potato race would take place See here replied Doc If you wanted a potato race you should have had it the first day There is not now a potato left in Lancaster and scarcely anything else in the line Next Rig ToDo The next blowout in Lancaster will be the entertainment of the Louisville Commercial Club and Board of Trade who will visit the town some time next month The Louisville boys are going to make a tour of the state and have us on their list Steps will be taken to prepare a program of en tertainment The Editor and His Wife The editor and his wife with each other very She sets things to write and he writes things to set She reads what others write and he writes what others read She keeps the devil out of the house as much as possible and he retains him and could not go to press him He knows more thinKs than he writes and she writes more than she Cliantauqua The fifteenth annual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington Ivy programhasany yet given Some of the most no table lecturers and entertainers in America have been engaged A great musical program will be presented and many new and special features The detailed program will be mailed upon application to Chas Scott Bus iness Manager Lexington Ky After a lingering illness Mrs Mar tha A Hubble died at her residence near Hubble Saturday She the mother of Col L F and Took Hubble and had a wide in Garrard Lincoln and Boyle counties Mrs Hubble was a true Christian woman and beloved by all who knew her She was lifelong member of the Christian church Fu neral serveces were conducted at the Hubble church Monday Elder Allen A Moore officiating after which the Will Locate In Louisville Cincinnati Enquirer It Is proba bias that I will remove my residence from Lancaster to Louisville re marked former governor William O Bradley at the Grand and devote my entire time to the practice of the law eschewing politics I am not a candidate for United States Senator or any other office I was not an for the Federal judgeship nor was Senator Deboe authorized by me to make application and no friend of mine asked him to do so Deboe of his own motion put me forward not that he wanted to see me judge but thought I might be in his way for Senator and by getting me he could smooth his way to Senate Then some one him that I had lost out politically and he dropped me Yes he made the remark that he would not go to the Philippines if I was not k I interests Stanford gentleman Saturday are eating without knowsEx Hubble ac- Quaintance Lancaster applicant appointed persuaded appointed wa rep r ill wa disa materially nights bathe re reeg ered ly they she he war in so the lain its no f11 R C no of by Yes But Vo Need More Like I ui The Mt Vernon Signal has that the most enterprising and tireless workers for the general of a community are never proper appreciated and cites John M Far ra and Louis Landrum of Lancaster and Tames White and Judge Williams of Rockcastle as instances It is that the good work of such men as these is really not appreciated though it is very likely this is not manifested as it ought to be When these and all such men die are sadly missed and sincerely mourned and dulyobituated Som erset Journal Kin to The Devil An exchange tells of a lady who to scare her husband who was quite a hard drinker so he would To do this she procured the costume of a devil she had worn in a masquerade The next time the spouse came home feeling happy quickly donned the costume As opened the door she stepped for and in sepulchral tones with the devil The result rather startled her as the which greeted her was Zat Shake ol boy Im your brother inlaw for I married your sister The Flower mission June 9th is Flower Mission Day This as all white ribboners know is birthday of Jennie Casseday who from the sick bed upon which she had for thirty years was the first to lead the W C T U in this tender ministry Preaching at the June 9th at 3 oclock all are cordially invited Prayer service at the jail the same day Saturday Tune 8th the ladies will hold an open at their rooms thereby giving everyone an opportunity to assist in this good work All are invited to come and bring a thank offering This offering may be flowers fruit provision clothes books or money By order of the President of the W C T U Big IXciup Contract Winchester Democrat The is a large user of hemp and products and the increasing use of iron and steel ic building ships has not done away entirely with hemp ropes etc A big contract for the navy yard at Boston was to be let and some hemp dealers of and vicinity conceiving the idea that it would be a good thing to unite their forces secure the contract and divide it among themselves and thus keep outsiders away It was thought the contract was so large that one would care to handle it alone They reckoned without their host however for when D S Gay of this city saw their little game he made a bid that secured him the whole contract thus leaving them where they purposed to leave himout in the cold The contract is for one hundred and twentyfive tons of doubledressed hempwhich will equal about double the amount of the single dressed article The involves about twentylive or thirty thousands dollars and the of it is a tribute to Winchester and to the pluck and energy of Mr Beware of a Cough A cough is not a disease but asymp tom Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerous and diseases have for their first a persistent cough and if treated as soon as this cough ap pears are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy hasp roven successful and gained its wide and extensive sale by its in curing the disease which cause coughing If it is not beneficial it will net cost you a cent For sale by E McRoberts Druggist Homeopathists tell us that like cures they fail to suggest a cure for dislike Mr W J Baxter of North Brooks N says he suffered with piles for fif teen years He tried many remedies with no results until he used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him The editor swears to the circulation of his paper and the advertisers do the rest of the swearing DeWitts Little Early Rlsrearchrse the remotest parts of the bowels and remove the impurities speedily with discomfort They are famous for their efficacy Easy to take never gripe F P Frisbie The criminal judge may be a man few words but he isnt always a man of short sentences Skin affections will readily disappear using DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Look out for counterfeits If you get DeWitts you will get good results ItIs the quick and positive cure for piles F P Frisbie Ifsome playwrights would vaccinate their plays before putting them on the stage they might take It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Conn customer seeing the remedy for sale on my show case said tome Ireally believe that medicine saved my life the past summer while at the seashore and she became enthusiastic over its merits that Imade up my mind to recommend it in the future Recently a gentle man came into my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once on the floor I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him the dose and in minutes he left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well Sold by E McEoberts Druggist welfare impossible appreciation decided reform erring Comer meI am response poorhouse session government recently Lexington I promptly ordinary contract securing fatal indication properly wonderfully reputation success likebut F P Frisbie CIA lady exposed once I repeated fifteen sever disco y E sot to 132 and are in the the to of is to If you have anything in the stock line for sale see G A Swinebroad G A Swinebroad will buy all kinds of live stock and has on hand at all times live stock for sale Will trade swap or barter tf J C Siler sold to McCarley some 225 Ib hogs at 83 also solo some 150 lb hogs to G A Swinebroad ab same price Siler bought of Henry An derson two nice milk cows at 05 He also bought a butcher cow of James Lanis of section at 3c J C Siler sold to B P Buck of Lao caster some butcher stuff at 3ic I have on hands live first class milk cows and calves good ones and big big milkers J C Siler Mr L A Harp Lexington Ky has bred his tine brood mare by Old Pevine to Chester Dare The Utah wool crop of this season is estimated at 10500000 pounds Ten cents is the price offered Mat Cohen bought of Joel Filsler of Mt Sterling Ky a four yearold Chester Dare gelding dam by Indian Qhief for 3500 Ball Bros Versailles Ky who were so successful with Gypsy Queen in the show ring will breed four mares Chester Dare W J Case who lives in Woodford county started out this spring with ewes which he valued at 350 The lot produced 100 lambs worth at least per head He rounded up last court day with 55 ewes and ten lambs the dogs having killed the rest G7 ewes and 90 lambs having fallen victims to worthless bloodthirsty canines It is reported that the orchard grass seed growers of Kentucky and Indiana arranging to pool their seed crop this year and place it in the hands of one man to sell This was done last year and the seed crop of the princi pil seed growing counties was placed the hands of Mr P W Hardin of Louisville and the result was so that the scheme will be re peated this year Clark Ind and a few counties in Kentucky grow bulk of the orshard grass seed and plan of pooling the crop is com paratively easy As the crop is said be small this year the growers are expecting 100 per bushel Recent rains have made prospects decidedly more encouraging in tlerange country There will be no lack grass except in a few isolated and in most of the States room for many more cattle sheep than are now being grazed Sheep are prolific and there is some danger of increasing the supply beyond the market requirements but price is the governor that soon equalizes things and where the business is too far it does not talC long adjust affairs to a healthy paying basis again Our population is increasing and foreign trade so that each succeeding year means a demand for more live stockof all kinds says Chicago Drovers Jour nal The French are experimenting in regard to the desirability of feeding their horses regular rations of wine Here is a case for Mrs Nation and the anticanteenites The center of population in the States by the 1900 census is six miles southeast of Columbus Indiana It is a curious fact the of population since the first in 1790 has moved in a line almost due west from Baltimore along the 39th parallel of latitude The westward in 110 years amounts to about 9 degrees or about 650 miles The horrible news comes from sas that a boy climbed a corn see how the corn was getting along and now the stalk is growing up than the boy can climb down The boy is plumb out of sight Three have undertaken to cut down stalk with axes to save the boy from starvation but it grows so fast that they cant hack twice in the same place The boy is living on nothing but raw tern and he has already thrown down over four bushels of cobs The State of Kansas is now adver tising that 15000 men are at 2 a day to help in the harvest and afterwards remain in the country The wheat crop which was so good last year 90000000 bushels commercial estimate is equally promising this spring and it is thought the farmers of Kansas will get at least 50000000 for this crop Richmond Pantagraph Covington Arnold have received between 12000 and 15000 pounds of wool for they paid from 12 to 20 cents Deatherage Neff have bought about 10000 pounds at the same figures Both firms expect to buy in the of 20000 pounds each before the season closes Danville E Hundley sold to Scott Hudson of Lexington for a Baltimore party the 3yearold filly Grace Arlington by Ashland Wilkes While the price is not given it is said to be a good long one New York is importing onions from England The White Star steamer Geor8ic recently brought over 16933 bags of onions consigned to ten firms in New York the estimated value file stuff nearly 45000 Good onions are very scarce in the New York market and hence the If you want steers cows calves or springers apply to J C Slier at stock pens ahead 250 satisfactory county sections I developed rapidly expanding United located center census movement faster young needed according to the Bro which AdvocateA different of being importation Pre tchersrille a I stal S neighborhood rend l auk menthe yo g ra jOg O fejf Sg fjf g fe 0 j3j gtf r 3 ferJ EJ raJJ j Bj BJJ rTl p j rajj IM 11 g S THE American Investment Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock Reserve Surplus 12500000 Amount Paid Coupon Holders 20001M 00 Address all correspondence to LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Good terms to firstclass agents JOHN B STOUT I DANVILLES LEADING DRUGGIST fey frWtafr aa at fr MWWMWW wuwwwt rfrfflftQflMooonnn nTT ryjnnrTraTrrorznnnrfr t COMPLETE LINE OF PAINTS OILS and VARNISHES Our Soda Fountain now in Full Blast BEST SODA WATER IN KENTUCKY JOII B STOTJT 1 DANVILLES LEADING DRUGGIST 1 Notwithstanding the fact that The Season is Well On We still have in stock and on display a Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Millinery Give us a call We know we can please you SALLIE D TILLETT The Time For iTORNADOES Has Arrived jSeveral cities and towns have been 3greatly damaged and many lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against 3loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind 3storms It costs but little 3 R KINNAIRD i WALL PAPER PARLOR The people of Lancaster and Garrard county arecordially invited to call and examine the handsomestline of IMPORTED WALL PAPER ever shown in from the cheapest to themost expensive made We have in our employ ExpertPaper Hangers who will personally each job atthe possble prices We also have a full line ofPaints Oils VarnishesWindow Glass Painters Supplies Etc A E GIBBONS Main Street DANVILLE KY Hier Ward Deutch G I 8 25000 Of file 7lflffF g7ff JjfiJffyJfjffffi wrm OOO O 0 0 PUREST DRUGS e 0 e or or 0 w I frJ lilJ lilJrnJ1 frJ Jil1 IDiglfl j mm n JIUIUiUiU iU Juu m J UUiUiUiU this J BANZHAF Clerk J 4 1Ionre o eeeeeeeeeeee r 0 e eeeoeoeoeeoaeeoeeoe ooeeo ooeooe b aZfAAl Q Zf ia Q p P rte r i ss3t ion Gas rocheP n R Rpsentii Moras Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticnt German American Fnenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North BrltlskMerchaiitile Con KINNAIRDINSURANCE Com anics Co gfAGIYCLI1e Iii O l ORGANIZED 1888 OP LAI01BIHL IT Capital Surplus Fond 50000 10000 BUSZNOB soucim rnmftAttwttoa r Iwit Y LKATXLL BT HUMOV cD WALXU CuUtt AMlKut Cuki Lewis TLSAI lew Bates vim Qaeea 4cCree Bt Covington KyState Encampment ticulars BAIl J Y W O JIJOY DDZcmU- JJHIHIDftJUJI T roundtrip pITIzE5Ng ATIOKAL tlaietal and EIitxiexul T1es Prsddst 8eott a K1uor L Soseox- J JrALns t l or When te Blair fa s It J OU accompanied by mucous the mouth on the sore throat topper colored splotches eruptions swollen glands aching mnsclev and bones the disease is making rapid headway and far worse follow unless the blood t poison S is the only and infallible cure for this disease the only antidote for this poison It cures the vorst cases thoroughly permanently I is promptlyand effectually cleansed of this S S Mn Con mon COilEd Bsvc Been No WorSt4 In the inn contracted Blood of Poison I tried three doctors but their treatment I with colored splotches and offensive sores I suffered severely pains in shoulders and arms condition no worse onlv those afflicted as I was can understand my sulTcrings I had about lost all hope of ever being well I did me no ooJ I was gett wofe all the time haIr came out ulcers appeared in throat and body was almost nl again when mv been 1 to try S S b but must confess I had little faith left in medicine After taking the third bottle I noticed a change in mv was truly and I deter mined to S S S a thorough trial From ment was rapid S S S etemed to have the completely under control the sores ulcers healed and I was soon free from all signs of the disorder I have I d an condition i v disease and encouraging give that t been strong and healthy ever I V SMITH Box 611 Noblesville Ind since Loc a sf tlie only vege table blood purify known 1000 rs offered for that it contains a particle or is mercury potash or other mineral Send for our book on Blood Poison it contains valuable information about this disease with full directions for self treatment We charge nothing for mew cal advice cure yourself at home IRE SWJFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA NOVEL CORN CUTTER A Clever Device Attached to tlie Foot of the Operator Invented by a JUiciiisran farmer The old method of cutting corn with a sickle has been in use for years and many au acre of stalks has been cut with it without any thought on the part of the user of how to improve on tIre implement until Charley O Eberhn of bhawaiio Mich concluded that the work should be done with the foot instead of the hand It is understood that it is at all times convenient to liavc two hands to work with instead poison t LO J 1i li 11 I 15 tI J more rAPflGADN0 CUTTER ATTACHED TO FOOT of one and as the improved cutter permits this it should have at least this advantage to recommend it the old pattern of sickle The draw ing shows the new cutter in the act of severing a hill of corn and the manner of attaching the device to the foot It consists of a metallic plate which is curved to fit the under surface to the forward end to be used as the cutter The op erator grasps the stalks with hit hands and gives a kick with the toe against the butts which cuts the corn off close to the ground The plate is of such light weight that it will not interfere with tire walking and a skillful cutter should be able with this implement to do much more work than with the old implement Chicago Daily News HAS A HIGH VALUE Scientific Authorities Are Uniinimona lu 1rononncinpr HnfTnlo Grans Hick in Nutriment Over vast areas of the west buffalo gross has always had a high reputa lion as a pasture for stock even in its winter condition This fact gives special interest to an experiment on its digestibility which Las been performed bjr the chemical department of tIle Kansas experiment station The experiment possesses interest because it is the first one of the kind to be recorded in ref erence to this important resource of the great plains It being impossible to investigate the fresh grass in this respect some buffalo grass hay was procured and its digestibility tried with a grade short horn steer lie was kept on the buffalo grass hay alone for five dajs as a pre liminary feeding to free his digestive tract from all other feed and then he was fed for five days more which con stituted the digestion proper During this time an accurate account was kept of the bay fed and the amount uneaten The dung was collected by watchers who were with him at all times The original hay the uneaten residues and the dung were carefully sampled and analyzed The results showed a very high per illustrates additional l S centage of digestible proteids in buffa lo grass hay In this respect it is con superior to Kentucky blue crass and very much bettor than tim othv It has about the sameamount of digestible carbohydrate and fat as these grasses hut because of its higher percentage of protein furnishes a bet ter balanced ration Prof T T Willard under whose di rection the experiment was carried on says This valuable grass is worthy ofthe most careful protection The Farmers Tool House If you have none build one now much money is lost annually by from this neglect In selecting a site choose one far enough from other buildings to be out of danger from fire Have arrangements for a stove and for this reason the tool house should not be too close Size should be ample according to the tools and machinery needed for the size of the farm Have sliding doors in the sides for convenience with a repair room in the end nearest the dwelling This room will come very handy to work in during stormy lays and with a stove set up painting can be done in winter just as well as in summer When start out in spring it will be a great help to feel and know that every holt is in place and tools and machinery in good J Hol lister in Farm and Home Osajje trainee HertKcs The osage orange will grow to a large size if planted like other trees It is free from disease can endure se vere cold and produces a hard i hedge plant it has no superior provided the plants are trimmed and properly trained the first three years If allowed to grow on the north and west sides of a barnyard it makes an excellent windbreak though not equal to the evergreen arbor vitae for that purpose but it will last much longer than the latter A ifiitl Hint In our style of climate with den changes of tempture rain wind and sunshine often intermingled in a ingle day it is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds half the deaths resulting direct ly from this cause A bottle of Bos checs German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use will prevent serious sickness a large doctors bill and perhaps death by the use of three or four doses For curing Consump tion Hemorrhages Pneumonia Severe Coughs Croup or any other disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply wonderful as your druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle free at Stormes Drug Store Regular size Tods Get Greens Prize Almanac julIS I An artists is not a success until he can draw a check on a bank Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup 1 quick ly secured a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure giving her three doses The 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and reg ulate the bowels Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result For sale by R E McRob erts Druggists- A dog may not be a star performer but when he travels with a blind man he is always given a leading part How It Is Done The first object in life with the American people is to get rich the second how to regain good health The first can be obtained by energy honesty and saving the second good health by using Greens August Flow er Should you be a despondent from any of the effects of Dys pepsia Liver Complaint Appended tis Indigestion etc such as Sick Headache Palpitation of the Ileart Sour Stomach Habitual Costiveness Dizziness of the head Nervous Pros tration Low Spirits etc you need not suffer another day Two doses of the well known August Flower will relieve you at once Go to Stormes drug store and get a sample bottle free Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac jul18 Some men would rather be right than be President but there are oth ers who are notso 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of Stone Work Furnished Promptly- at Low Prices For further information call onJAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY The cheap store in the North East corner of the Public Square in the New Garrard Hotel build ing his brought in a fine stock of new and second hand CLOTIHM FINE SHOES We also have a full line olslight ly used household The goods will be sold at th e Lowest Prices Come and see us when in town CINCINNATI STORE Cheapest Place in Town L FURNISIIING GOODS nlIlitnle and Carpets I t Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estate business we offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale with us We will advertise it extensively in time CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business cards and make no charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us DAIDSON LAWA1 Estate L Real Xo 1 Houso and Lot in 3IcCrciry Ky Pine location for Doc tor or Merchant A new find very convenient onestory frame house four rooms linllv y S varaiulas und a summer kitchen attached good cellar every convenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy louse etc Good garden plat with strawberry bed find a nice yonng orchard 5l lcudid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything is new and convenient Irico is right and tTms easy Xo 2 Yacant Lot in Lancaster This Property is Cheap and will go Quick On EasCside of Hill street 70 feet front and 3i feet deep or 125 feet deep if desired a part of the DrOP Hill property Splendid build ing site for a nice residence in a good neigh borhood and one of residence portions of the town in short a desirable location in every particular No 3 Yacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On East side of Hlllstreet adjacent to item Xo J 70 feet front on Hill street 325 feet deep or 125 feet deep if so desired a part of the Dr O P Hill place Good location in ex cellent neighborhood building site good and commanding No 4r Farm of 52 Acres on Mid die Fork of Sugar Creek 1 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Place Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cultivation acres of good tobacca or hemp laud the rest is rich and productive ever failing water and fencing in good repair Land has been well treated 1U story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths No 5 Farm of S Acres on the Sugar Creek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster S acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grass i acres of line tobacco or hemp laud brings fine wheat and corn remainder in grass Stock water in abundance Sullicient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just whole place under good fence oroom cottage residence barn ice house and all nec essary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want foi it No 7 House and Lot in Danville in Otter Addition on East Ian Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda hand comely finished inside and conveniently con structed large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable and all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet front 117 feet in depth nice stable lot and large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself the best acre for n pint fruiting garden ICy For further particulars write to or call on R L Davidson R LawOHice over Stormes store Louis Landraui Central Record office 0 Notice to Hear Proof on Claims Jno M Admr Deft Pursuant to an order of reference of the Gar rard Circuit Court made at its March term 1101 iu the above styled case the undersigned Muster will hold dally sittings in his oiliee in Lancaster Garrurd Ky beginning with this late and sit from day to until the 10th tiny of June 1301 to hear proof on claims decedents estate All having claims wilt present them erly verified and within the limit or thev will become barred Given under my hand this Oth day of April 1001 111 S t Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Court3IaryC count da J WULIERas VS prescribed No Farm oF 0 Acres in Rock castle Comity in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Uoctcastle line All bottom laud level and productive never failing stock water 1 story log house anti all necessary outbuildings Iosstsion given af ter April 1st 1JOl irice within the reach of men of moderate means No i House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Jlaiu Street 100 feet front 117 feet deep Nice residenc s are building all around this property proper ty in this location is always salable No 10 House and Lot in Lancas ter 011 side of Dan yule Avenue Known as the old Franklin Institute Lot Is IIS feet front on Danville Avenue and IDS feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious and con veniently arranged in every particular has rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large and monte We I ventilated House has been lately remodeled und extensively im proved and place general repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all ar i i rock bottom price Possession given desired No 11 Farm of lOS Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the Jiirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 73 acres of hemp or tobacco land 75 acres in grass balance undei cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is in good repair Honsu 1 stories containing G rooms porch and lat ticed porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuilding Very tine large and well selected orchard containing inanj varieties of fruit A tine farm of moderate sizo No 12 Farm of 84 Acres Two Miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye Pike GJ acres in grass balanceunder cultivation good strong land In good repair and watered by never falling springs Two story frame house and necessary outbuildings One of the largest and best barns in the coun try Buildings are comparatively new 2 good orchards A very desirable farm near town anti in good locality No13 House and Lot near Sul Well Lowell KentuckyT- wo story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out healthylocation No 14 600 Acres ol Coal Jimd Timber Land in Pulaski County Ky About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to und last of Flat River on the Ciuciunaf Southern Railroad This laud is rich In Coin of a good quality with virgins forests of Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it i North I I I wh i splendid Groom Caste property j pith a TOWN PROPERTY As administrator of E Carpen ter I will on Monday May 27 1901 publicly defore the court house door in Lan caster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder Two Houses and Lots in Lancaster Situated on Danville antI Lexington streets Property is in good repair well located and very desirable Terms made known on day of sale J A SLAUGHTER Admr Any persons having claims against said Mrs Nannie E Carpenter will present them to me properly evrified before March 22 1901 Irs Nannle RIDER AGENTS WANTED one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample IQOI model of our manufacture YOU CAN MAKE 10 TO 50 A WEEK besides having a wheel to ride for yourself bicycle =1901 Models DO lOT IUIThis era1 offer has High Grate Guaranteed GO 99 Models ill FIT taken in trade by oar Chicago retail stores Second as new Wheels IOt Best esMu 111 3 lo 8 We bicycle APPROVAL to anyone without a cent in and allow DAYS FREE TRilL10 You take absolutely no risk in ordering from us as do not need to pay a cent if the does not suit wheel until have written r ourFACTMY PUCES and WEE been 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